June is expected to be warmer than usual in the Tri-Cities, after a May with above average temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.
Normal highs for the Tri-Cities in June rise from 78 degrees at the start of the month to 86 at the end.
Normal lows rise from 54 degrees to 59 degrees.
June also could be drier than usual, according to the weather service.
Normal precipitation for June in the Tri-Cities is 0.51 inch.
In May temperatures averaged 1.6 degrees above normal in the Tri-Cities, with the high in Kennewick reaching 95 degrees on May 12.
Precipitation was above normal with rain on eight days.
Four new daily temperature records were set at Hanford at May, as recorded by the Hanford Meteorological Station, which keeps records back to 1945.
On May 10 a new high temperature record was set, on May 10 the low was warmer than the record for the date and on May 22 and 29 the high temperature was cooler than previously recorded for those dates.